New York has more bars than any other city in the world. There are great bars and a fair amount of terrible bars. The team at Where We Watch know the "where should we go out?" feeling and want to take the guess work out of your drinking plans.

Hill Country

Hill Country

30 West 26th Street

In the spirit of full disclosure, we must admit that we are Hill Country regulars. And why wouldn't we be? The restaurant boasts finger lickin' bbq, cheap beer, great live music and a convenient... Read More

Rogue

Rogue

757 Sixth Avenue

Located in Chelsea on 6th Avenue and 25th Street, Rogue's great menu, drink selection and upscale yet casual atmosphere makes us a great destination of any occasion. Come and enjoy 8 flat screen... Read More

The Ainsworth

The Ainsworth

122 West 26th Street

This joint calls itself a "Jets bar," which most places in New York could reasonably say -- but in all honesty, it's typically pretty packed for football on Sundays (and increasingly so on

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The Flying Puck

The Flying Puck

364 7th Ave

Hockey trumps all at this Midtown puck shrine. There are some drawbacks, though. It's pricey, as Penn-adjacent bars tend to be and the food selection isn't great or cheap. However, if you love

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The Hog Pit

37 W. 26th Street, New York, NY

For years, the founders of this site trolled across the street at Hill Country. We ventured over to Hog Pit once in a while -- the food is pretty good, the beer is decent (tap selection is low, but

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Triple Crown Restaurant and Ale House

Triple Crown Restaurant and Ale House

330 7th Ave

Triple Crown comfortably nests among a few other equestrian-themed bars in the MSG/Penn Station neighborhood. In addition to a typical bar menu and a moderate beer selection, the bar boasts a

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